TUCD seeks to maintain a pleasant and healthy educational atmosphere. We ask all guests to help us achieve this goal by conducting themselves in a safe and considerate manner at all times.

Community Dance

General Policies

  • No food, drinks or gum are allowed in the studio.
  • Appropriate dance attire and shoes are required in the studio. No street shoes may be worn on Marley floor.
  • Parents and students are asked not to disturb classes already in session, unless consent has been given by the instructor. Studio doors must remain closed at all times.
  • To ensure the safety of our students, we ask that all parents with children ages 3-8 years please remain in the vicinity of their child's class at all times.
  • Any student arriving more than fifteen (15) minutes after the start of class will be asked not to participate to ensure both the safety of the dancer and the continuity of the class.
  • Photography and video of classes are prohibited to prevent distraction of dancers.

Tuition Policies

  • Payment can be made in the form of personal E-checks, VISA, MasterCard or Discover.
  • Payment for all TUCD Children's Dance classes must be made at the time of registration.
  • Payment Plans for TUCD Children's Dance classes are available and must be approved by the TUCD administrative office.
  • A refund is obtainable upon notifying the TUCD administrative office of discontinued participation within the first week of the registered class; thereafter no refunds are available.
  • All missed TUCD Children's Dance classes must be completed during the current session in which the student is registered.

Facility Closures

Cancellation of TUCD classes will follow Baltimore County Public School closures. For all unscheduled facility closures, make-up classes will be offered at the end of the session. In the event of inclement weather, please call our main line at (410) 704-3495 to find out about class cancellations. Information regarding class cancellations will also be available on our website. 

Class Cancellation

All TUCD classes and workshops must meet the minimum requirement of six participants in order to remain on the TUCD schedule. Any class below the minimum requirement will be canceled until further notice.


TUCD is committed to conducting all programs and classes in a safe manner and holds the safety of participants in the highest regard. Students and parents/guardians of minors must recognize that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in physical activities. Towson University Community Dance and the Towson University Dance Department are NOT responsible for any injury incurred on or off premises of the Towson University campus.

View the TUCD Children's Dance Student Handbook (PDF).


TU Community Dance

Center for the Arts
Room 1002V